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[texts]The rehearsal : as it is now acted at the Theatre-Royal - Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of, 1628-1687
[4], 59, [1] p. ; 23 cm. "The third edition with a mendments [sic] and large additions by the author." Signatures: [A]², B-H⁴, I². Errors in paging: p. 28, 29, 32 misnumbered "27," "28," "31," respectively. By the Duke of Buckingham, assisted by Martin Clifford, Thomas Sprat, and others. Cf. Camb. Hist. Eng. Lit., and D.N.B. This item is from the Stockton Axson Collection of 18th Century British Drama, Woodson Research Center, Rice University.
Keywords: English drama -- 17th century
Downloads: 86
[texts]A collection of sketches (Volume 8) - Schorre, Charles
Architecture at Rice University Series
Keywords: Architecture
Downloads: 83
[texts]Observations upon Cato, a tragedy. By Mr. Addison. In a letter to *** - Sewell, George, d. 1726
"The second edition, with large additions." This item is from the Stockton Axson Collection of 18th Century British Drama, Woodson Research Center, Rice University.
Keywords: English drama -- 18th century
Downloads: 74
[texts]The libertine: a tragedy. Acted by His Royal Highness's servants. Written by Tho. Shadwell - Shadwell, Thomas, 1642?-1692
6 p. l., 85, [2] p. ; 23 cm. This item is from the Stockton Axson Collection of 18th Century British Drama, Woodson Research Center, Rice University.
Keywords: Don Juan (Legendary character) -- Drama; English drama -- 18th century
Downloads: 199
[texts]The history of King Lear: a tragedy, as it is now acted at the King's theatre. Reviv'd with alterations. By N. Tate - Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616
69, [2] p. ; 17 cm. First published 1681. "The alteration consists chiefly in running 'through the whole a love betwixt Edgar and Cordelia, ' and in ending the play with their marriage and Lear's triumph"--Catalogue of the Barton collection, Boston Public Library. This item is from the Stockton Axson Collection of 18th Century British Drama, Woodson Research Center, Rice University.
Keywords: English drama -- 18th century
Downloads: 235
[texts]The rivals, a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden - Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816
x, 100 p. ; 22 cm. First edition. The epilogue follows the prologue, where it seems to belong, though the last page has the catch word "Epi--". Signatures: AÄ, aÄ, B-NÄ, OÂ. For description of the 1st and following editions. cf. Prof. J. Q. Adams' edition of The Rivals. 1910, p. xxii-xxvi, and his article in Modern language notes, v.25, p. 171. This item is from the Stockton Axson Collection of 18th Century British Drama, Woodson Research Center, Rice University.
Keywords: English drama -- 18th century
Downloads: 124
[texts]The critic; or, A tragedy rehearsed, a dramatic piece in three acts as it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane, by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, esq - Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816
1 p. l., [2] p., 1 l., 98 p. ; 21 cm. First edition? imperfect: half title on which each successive edition had its number noted and one prelim. leaf wanting. Cf. I. A. Williams, Seven XVIIIth century bibliographies, p. 222. Engraved t.-p. with vignette. aAxson copy 3 is another issue, with paging: 2 p.l., ii, [2] p., 1 l., 98 p. This item is from the Stockton Axson Collection of 18th Century British Drama, Woodson Research Center, Rice University.
Keywords: English drama -- 18th century
Downloads: 100
[texts]The school for scandal, a comedy, in five acts. As it is acted at the Theatre, Smoke Alley - Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816
123, [4] p. ; 21 cm. Epilogue by Mr. Colman. This item is from the Stockton Axson Collection of 18th Century British Drama, Woodson Research Center, Rice University.
Keywords: English drama -- 18th century
Downloads: 138
[texts]A short account of the new pantomime called Omai, or, A trip round the world ; and a description of the procession. The pantomime, and the whole of the scenery, designed and invented by Mr. Loutherbourg; the words performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. With the recitatives, airs, duetts, trios and chorusses; written by Mr. O'Keeffe; and the musick composed by Mr. Shields - Shield, William, 1748-1829
24 p. ; 21 cm. This item is from the Stockton Axson Collection of 18th Century British Drama, Woodson Research Center, Rice University.
Keywords: Operas -- Librettos -- 18th century
Downloads: 134
[texts]What is she? : a comedy, in five acts, as performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden - Smith, Charlotte Turner, 1749-1806
86 p. ; 22 cm. This item is from the Stockton Axson Collection of 18th Century British Drama, Woodson Research Center, Rice University.
Keywords: English drama (comedy) -- 19th century
Downloads: 129
[texts]Texas. Geschildert in beziehung auf seine geographischen, socialen und übrigen verhältnisse mit besonderer rücksicht auf die deutsche colonisation. Ein handbuch für auswanderer nach Texas; seinen deutschen landsleuten gewidmet - Solms-Braunfels, Carl, prinz zu, 1812-1875
x, 126 p. front. (port.) maps. 22 cm.
Keywords: Germans--Texas; Texas--History; Texas--Description and travel
Downloads: 101
[texts]Oroonoko: a tragedy as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Tho. Southerne - Southerne, Thomas, 1660-1746
4 p. l., 84, [2] p. ; 21 cm. Signatures: A-L4, M3 (M4, blank, wanting) ; Based on Mrs. Behn's novel by the same name, which was partly founded on fact. Epilogue by Congreve. This item is from the Stockton Axson Collection of 18th Century British Drama, Woodson Research Center, Rice University.
Keywords: Slavery -- Suriname -- Drama
Downloads: 585
[texts]The conscious lovers. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Sir Richard Steele - Steele, Richard, Sir, 1672-1729
8 p. l., 86, [2] p. ; 20 cm. Based upon the Andria of Terence. Includes a preface, a prologue by Mr. Welsted, spoken by Mr. Wilks, and an epilogue by Mr. Welsted, intended to be spoken by Indiana. Dedication signed: Richard Steele. Signatures: A-F⁸, G⁴; with catchwords. Head and tail-pieces. This item is from the Stockton Axson Collection of 18th Century British Drama, Woodson Research Center, Rice University.
Keywords: Operas -- Librettos -- 18th century
Downloads: 266
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